Children's stories with terrible lessons

Of the many many wonderful children's stories, books, fairy tales, and fables, many have very good moral lessons and underlying themes to learn from and live by. However, some of them have terrible lessons for children. Try to guess the story from the bad lesson it teaches.
This quiz is just for fun! Some of these stories have good lessons too, or can be interpreted differently.
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Last updated: March 27, 2018
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If you steal, you'd better be ready to murder too
Jack and the Beanstalk
The only way to feel good about yourself and shrug off racist torments is if you eventually become attractive in the eyes of others
The Ugly Duckling
It's okay to endanger your loved ones if everything eventually works out by wild coincidence with no effort
When confronted with danger, betray your family to save yourself
Three Billy Goats Gruff
It's okay to renege on a contract if it only harms people you don't know or care about
Pied Piper of Hamelin
If someone in your family is a problem, throw them out and they'll become someone else's problem
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Follow the path others tell you to follow, or else you'll suffer terrible consequences
Little Red Riding Hood
Or: If you're an irresponsible parent and release your child into a dangerous situation, it's okay because strangers with weapons live nearby if danger crops up
Only date an ugly person if they're wealthy, true love only matters for attractive people
Beauty and the Beast
You have no control over your own life, you are at the mercy of others
If you don't already regret recklessly having kids and then abandoning them because you can't take care of them, you'll definitely want them back when they become rich
Hansel and Gretel
Level 85
Mar 27, 2018
The people who reneged on their contract in the Pied Piper of Hamelin were the townspeople, and their actions weren't portrayed as okay.
Level 71
Oct 26, 2018
Yes but what most people don't know is that the mayor of Hamelin at the time was Madeleine Albright, and she said that the price of losing the town's children in exchange for no rats was worth it.